YK Delta COVID-19 Dashboard

YKHC is making decisions related to COVID-19 based on guidance from the CDC, the State of Alaska and other experts. We are erring on the side of caution, in the best interests of our employees, customers and communities. YKHC shares data to provide accurate, timely info communities and individuals can use to better understand the current COVID-19 conditions in the YK Delta.

YKHC updates this dashboard once a week on Mondays.

As of 11/28/2022

To view weekly case statement, visit https://www.ykhc.org/covid-19/covid-news/

TOTAL CASES

19,102

ACTIVE CASES

96

Deceased

54

HOSPITALIZATIONS

181

In-region at YKDRH

Medevacs

48

To out-of-region hospital

As of 11/28/2022

Reflecting data from the prior Saturday-Friday.

COVID-19 Level

MEDUIM
HOSPITALIZATIONS IN THE PAST 7 DAYS = 1
 At medium risk, individuals and communities may choose additional measures to protect people at high risk for severe illness or death, such as wearing a well-fitting mask outside your household, and screening testing to detect infection before gathering with persons at high risk for severe disease. 

 Learn more at the CDC’s website here.

New positive cases in prior 7 days, by sub-region

Sub-region

New cases

ANIAK

2

BETHEL

45

EMMONAK

1

HOOPER BAY

1

St. MARY's

17

Tooksook Bay

4

New cases announced in prior 7 days, by age

COVID-19 vaccination rates by sub-region

These are the percentages of the total population in communities that have completed a COVID-19 vaccine series and have agreed to publish data. Villages showing no percentage have not given permission to report that information, but are included within their sub-region. For more information regarding COVID-19 vaccines, https://www.ykhc.org/covid-19/ vaccine/. 

YK DELTA

Total Population: 65% 

Eligible Population: 70%

 

Total population with at least one booster shot: 30%

Bethel

Sub-Region Total Population: 65% 

Eligible Population: 70% 

Akiachak: 56% 

Akiak: 43% 

Atmautluak 66% 

Bethel: 68% 

Eek: 73% 

Kasigluk: 79% 

Kipnuk: 53% 

Kongiganak: 58% 

Kwethluk: 67% 

Kwigillingok: 65% 

Napakiak: 70% 

Napaskiak: 63% 

Nunapitchuk: 75% 

Oscarville 

Quinhagak: 62% 

Tuluksak 

Tuntutuliak: 73% 

Tununak 65% 

Aniak

Sub-Region Total Population: 70% 

Eligible Population: 74% 

Aniak: 81% 

Anvik: 86% 

Chuathbaluk: 66% 

Crooked Creek: 67% 

Grayling 

Holy Cross: 68% 

Lime Village 

Lower Kalskag: 72% 

Napaimute 

Red Devil 

Russian Mission 

Shageluk 

Sleetmute 

Stony River 

Upper Kalskag: 63% 

 

Emmonak

Sub-Region Total Population: 62% 

Eligible Population: 69% 
Alakanuk: 57% 

Emmonak: 67% 

Kotlik: 57% 

Nunam Iqua: 79% 

Hooper Bay

Sub-Region Total Population: 62% 

Eligible Population : 67% 

Chevak: 59% 

Hooper Bay: 66% 

Scammon Bay: 57% 

St. Mary's

Sub-Region Total Population: 65% 

Eligible Population: 70%

Marshall: 62% 

Mtn. Village: 63% 

Pilot Station: 51% 

Pitka’s Point: 66% 

St. Mary’s: 83% 

Toksook Bay

Sub-Region Total Population: 63% 

Eligible Population: 66% 

Chefornak: 53% 

Mekoryuk: 89% 

Mertarvik: 96%

Newtok: 59% 

Nightmute: 47% 

Toksook Bay: 68% 

 

Call today for a vaccine or booster appointment

In Bethel, call 907-543-6949.
In villages, call your local clinic or 907-543-6420

Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine

Get answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about this vaccine.

Get your information from trusted resources

For the most accurate information about vaccines, speak with your healthcare provider or visit reputable sources of information, such as the CDC, or the State of Alaska DHSS.

Test when you have symptoms

If you feel sick, arrange for a test or use a home test to help identify if you have COVID-19.

Know the symptoms

Cough, shortness of breath, chills, diminished sense of taste or smell, diarrhea, fatigue, fever, headache, muscle/joint aches, nausea, runny nose and sore throat can all be symptoms of COVID-19.

Report positive home test results

If you tested positive for COVID-19 on an at-home test, please call the YKHC Contact Tracing team at 907-543-6420 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, to report your positive result.

Consider wearing a mask if you or someone you are near may be vulnerable to COVID-19.

When worn correctly so the mask forms a seal to the face, N-95 respirators help filter airborne viruses, such as COVID-19.

Follow current guidance

The CDC offers guidance to help communities and individuals make decisions regarding COVID-19 precautions.

Follow YKHC on Facebook for updates

YKHC posts regular COVID-19 updates to our Facebook page. Follow to stay up to date.

Additional Resources

Alaska's COVID-19 Response

Alaska DHSS Coronavirus Webpage

Information about how to keep yourself and your family healthy. coronavirus.alaska.gov

The Governor’s Webpage on COVID-19

The latest press releases, video, and statements from the Office of the Governor related to the COVID-19 outbreak in Alaska. gov.alaska.gov/covid19news

Alaska Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management

Information, community press releases and other documents. ready.alaska.gov/covid19

US COVID-19 Response

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The CDC leads the U.S. response to coronavirus. cdc.gov/coronoavirus

Coronavirus.gov

A webpage developed by the Whitehouse, CDC & FEMA to provide information, news & resources. coronavirus.gov

COVID-19 Updates